outlaw107 at November 6th, 2006 10:36 — #1
I'm new to designing games. This will be my first attempt. I like to set my goals high, so could anyone tell me of a good engine for an FPS game that requires little or no programming. Thanks for the help! Have a good day!:)
goz at November 6th, 2006 10:50 — #2
I'm new to designing games. This will be my first attempt. I like to set my goals high, so could anyone tell me of a good engine for an FPS game that requires little or no programming. Thanks for the help! Have a good day!:lol:
Erm ... you could buy Half-Life 2 and play that? But i don't think you can write your own FPS without doing any coding. You could possibly get away with building new content on to an existing engine (ie new Levels and your own story line) but you can't do any thing "different" without writing quite a bit of code ...
outlaw107 at November 6th, 2006 11:00 — #3
I do have some credible amount of coding. I have some C# and a little C++, but still learning as I go. Sorry I sound like a noob. I've used the HL2 SDK before. I was just looking for an engine that would be good for a 3rd person shooter or an FPS.
goz at November 6th, 2006 11:51 — #4
Well i reckon Source Engine is likely to be your best choice ... haven't really played with it's SDK but the HLSDK was a piece of proverbial to get ya head round I used to know a few modders who had learnt C++ coding making a mod!
donkeyman at November 6th, 2006 14:25 — #5
fps creator from tgc might be good
marshmonkey at November 6th, 2006 18:05 — #6
the best advice I could give would be to find a mod project for a popular FPS game, and learn along with a group of other people sharing your same goals. Learning to work as part of a team is an important part of game development too!
prolixity at November 7th, 2006 18:09 — #7
gamemaker look it up on google
faded_sunflower at September 5th, 2007 06:14 — #8
Silent Walk FPS Creator is the best.
vibhanshu at September 14th, 2007 02:41 — #9
Lemme think... you are new to "Designing Games".. . are you a game designer ?
games with little programming.... you gotta be kiddin... I get nightmares of codes flyin around me...
even moding requires programming to get what you want. But if you just wanna play around then modding would be your choice.
mmakrzem at September 15th, 2007 08:36 — #10
If you want to learn XNA I would recommend you check out [www.3dbuzz.com](www.3dbuzz.com) They have some pretty awesome video tutorials there.
kimset at September 24th, 2007 10:44 — #11
I've tryed the Demo for FPS Creator, pretty good. Why not start from there?
fpscreator.com (think thats the site)